Complete List of 200+ QS Tools

To start a sparkling new year, I thought it would be fun and helpful to make a fresh list of all the QS-related tools, companies and projects out there.

I found 205, and I’m sure there are more, so please feel free to add your tool or ones that you know about to the comments. Thanks, and happy 2013!!

100Plus
23andMe
37Signals
42 Goals
43 Things
5050ltd
Actigraph
Actiheart
Adidas
Affectiva
AgaMatrix
AliveCor
Alohar
Amazon
Animas
Anki
Ashametric
Asthmapolis
Autodesk
Azumio
Babolat
BAM Labs
Basis
Beam toothbrush
Beeminder
Biocurious
Bitetech
Blueleaf
Bodymedia
BodyTrack
Breathwear
Butterfleye
Captain Electric
Cardiio
CardioMEMS
CargoCollective
Celera
Cloud2health
Crohnology
Curious
DailyBurn
Dan’s Plan
Dexcom
DidThis
DirectLabs
DIYGenomics
Dreamboard
DuoFertility
Electramed
Emfit
Emotiv
Equanimity
Exmobaby
Facebook
Fitbit
Fitocracy
Flickr
Foursquare
Fujitsu
Gain Fitness
Garmin
GE
Gear4
Genomera
Goodreads
Google
Gowalla
GreenGoose
Gympact
HealthTap
Heartmath
Hexoskin
Honestly Now
Hulu
Humana
IDEO
iHealth
Indiegogo
Institute for the Future
Intel
Intuit
Invensense
iRhythmTech
Jawbone
Johnson & Johnson
Kaiser
Keas
Khan Academy
Kickstarter
Kyruus
Lark
Last.fm
Lena Baby Monitor
Lifelapse
Limeade
LinkedIn
Lumoback
Lumosity
MapMy
Mappiness
Massive Health
Maternova
MC10
MedHelp
Medtronic
Memoto Camera
Michael J Fox Foundation
Microsoft
Minimed
Mint
Misfit Wearables
Miso
Moodjam
MoodPanda
Moodscope
My Fitness Pal
Netflix
Neumitra
Neurosky
Nike
Nokia
Omron
Orange
Oxitone
Pachube
Pandora
Path
Pathway Genomics
PatientsLikeMe
Peratech
Period Tracker
Personal Capital
Personal Genome Project
Pew Internet Project
Philips
Pinterest
Polar
Producteev
Proteus Biomedical
Pulse
Qualcomm
Quantified Mind
Rally
RealAge
Remember the milk
RescueTime
RestDevices
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Rock Health
Runkeeper
Scanadu
Sense
Sense4Baby
Sensoree
Seventh Sense Biosystems
Singly
Singularity University
Skimble
SleepTracker
Slife
SmartLifeTech
Somaxis
Somnus
Sotera
Spotify
Stickk
Strava
Striiv
Supermemo
Surrosense
Sweetwater HRV
Symcat
Sympho.me
Symphony
Talking20
The Carrot
The Peregrine
TicTrac
Toumaz
Tripit
Truveris
Tumblr
Twitter
ubiome
Unfrazzle
Virgin
VitalConnect
Vitality
Vudu
Wahoo Fitness
Wakemate
Wandant
WebMD
Wellframe
WellnessFx
Wheezometer
Wingspan
Withings
Wolfram Research
Yog
Zamzee
Zeo
Zephyr
Zynga

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34 Responses to Complete List of 200+ QS Tools

  1. Martin Sona says:

    Sweet!

    750words
    Olimex
    Interaxon

  2. Frank says:

    Mytistics and Lift

  3. Jon Cousins says:

    Great list. There’s clearly a gap in the market for a QS tool whose name begins with ‘X’ however.

  4. Mike DiPierro says:

    Sqord
    Ginger.io

  5. Ioan says:

    750words
    healthmonth

  6. Woody says:

    PlaceMe and Wonderful Days

  7. david says:

    mybew.com (operated by me)

  8. Lauren says:

    Thanks for the list…any chance you or anyone else have a one-liner or short blurb (and hyperlinks, if one could dream) that would make navigating the list a little easier for a newbie?

    • Sean Peters says:

      This. I appreciate the thought behind the list, but I have to say that it’s not terribly useful without any indication of what the names mean or a link to their website.

  9. Symptom Journal, is one of the first sites for self tracking featured on your website and we have members worldwide. We are going for funding this year so we can develop a mobile app and reach more people with our software that helps people with 17 different chronic diseases track their symptoms and find what increases or decreases their symptoms, and allows them to have their best life with a chronic disease. We have letters and emails from all over the world from people with Aspergers Syndrome to Fibromyalgia that have decreased their symptoms through using our software. We are back in BETA mode and your membership is FREE.

  10. Greg says:

    SleepCycle – I use it every day

  11. Alexandra Carmichael says:

    Thanks for the additions, everyone! Here are a few more that came in by email:
    CalIT2
    Ginger.io
    Klout
    Quantified Impressions
    Weight Watchers

  12. What ever happened to the tool that PEW sponsored the creation of around the time of QS2011 Palo Alto?

  13. Fine process
    What about establish this as a table, these short names as a first a) column,and subsequent collumns for
    b)variables quantified
    c) wired or wireless
    d) category : software / hardware
    e) price
    f) www or email
    g) 20 word description (from producer)(e.g.: target-groups)
    h) QS staff-edited comment
    — you may get ideas to more collumns, but nice if possible to printout on transverse A4.

    PS:
    Please include “Phenomenalog”

  14. Alexandra Carmichael says:

    Another email came in….

    I’d like to add my 4 QS apps:

    1. Foodist, which is a calorie counting app that stores data and permits nutrient sums by day, week and month. It tabulates more nutrients than do most nutrition apps.
    2. iFrugal, which permits recording and tabulation of spending.
    3. iMileage, which lets you enter and graph vehicle fuel efficiency data.
    4. iPyramid, my food-pyramid app that lets you keep track of servings consumed.

    You can find them here: http://zsmith.co.

    Thanks,
    Zack Smith

  15. Margie Ploch says:

    InsideTracker (www.insidetracker.com) measures up to 20 biomarkers in your blood and gives you personalized nutrition, lifestyle, exercise, and supplement recommendations to help you optimize your results.

  16. CindyB says:

    CSV Logger

  17. Fyoocha Fushcia says:

    I suggest you recreate this list with short description of each tool (and links).
    Maybe it could be crowd-sourced?

  18. Brendan says:

    archify-lets you track your browsing history and makes it easily searchable. It also provides insightful statistics of your web activity including most sites visited, time spent, location and more.
    You can see the CEO of archify, Max Kossatz, speaking at a Quantified Self meetup in Berlin: http://quantifiedself.com/2012/12/berlin-qs-showtell-1-recap/

  19. Would love Expereal to be added. Here’s an article on it in FastCo Design from yesterday:

    http://www.fastcodesign.com/1671535/an-app-that-uses-dataviz-to-digitally-track-your-moods#1

    Thanks,

    Jonathan

  20. Kuan Huang says:

    feelytics.me. A that makes capturing and sharing your emotions fun.

  21. stefan says:

    Email (gmail) statistics

  22. stefan says:

    http://myonlinehabits.com – personalized Email (gmail) statistics

  23. Craig Hunter says:

    I made a quick Google search on each of these applications, and compiled some of the data into a spreadsheet. I was looking for a general purpose logger, and CSV Logger seems to be the closest match.

  24. Miqdad says:

    Moodtrack
    GPS4Soul

  25. Damon says:

    My Pain Diary: Chronic Pain Management for iPhone and iPad
    ChronicPainApp.com

  26. Thanks much for this list!

    I would like to share one more tool: In Flow – Your Emotions Diary. This is an iPhone app we develop for mood tracking. We at InFlow believe that tracking your emotions and habits is the first step to feeling like your best YOU. InFlow makes it easy to track this emotional pattern and be your guide to happiness.

    With InFlow you can:
    - Keep track of your mood daily with automatic reminders
    - Weigh and compare what makes you happy with the things you spend most time doing
    - Follow your friend’s moods, cheer them up and support one another!

    I would love to meet those interested in our findings and share some of our research.

  27. Hey Alex,

    Whatever happened to the Quantified Self Guide to self-tracking tools? It’s a much more informative resource than a dump of app names. Searchable, with reviews etc. Not promoting it any more?

    http://quantifiedself.com/guide/

  28. Fred says:

    http://www.biophysicalcorp.com/
    biomarker blood test for prevention, etc.

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